UVM's campus is always energized. 170+ campus organizations fuse with student passions for service, sports, the arts, the environment, the community, beyond.
Get Out There
UVM students are active; 80% participate in one or more activities on campus. How do they connect in and out of the classroom? It's easy — open your door, your mind, and get out there.
UVM has been recognized by the League of American Bicyclists for being among the nation's most bike-friendly universities. That's thanks, in part, to the student-run club BUG, the Bike Users Group.
UVM in Motion
Julian Tryba's senior capstone engineering project reached serious heights: the creation of a flying, filming robot that uses smartphone technology to enable its handsfree functionality.
UVM Crew: Pulling Together
"It's all about catching together, driving together, pulling together," says UVM Crew member William White. UVM Today joined the team on the Lamoille River for morning practice.
Bagpipes on the Green
UVMinute: Bagpiper and UVM senior Jonathan Besett, a Community Development and Applied Economics major, practices on the UVM Green for his trip to the world championships ...
A Living Lab
The new James M. Jeffords Hall life sciences building, is one of the largest and most significant academic structures ever built on the UVM campus ...
UVM to Uganda
For several weeks, ten senior nursing students accompanied Associate Professor Sarah Abrams to Kamuli, Uganda. There, the group immersed themselves in the health care of rural Uganda ...
When senior art major Grace Weaver came to UVM, she planned to study biology. A painting class with professor Steve Budington changed that and now her scientific curiosity lives on through her artistic explorations.
University of Vermont Environmental Program and Global Studies student Jens Pharr collects compost on the UVM campus by bicycle. Jens works for One Revolution Bicycle Delivery Cooperative ...